A self-balancing robot using Arduino Nano and MPU6050.
Build a tiny IMU data fusion logger by connecting Hexabitz IMU module to Hexabitz Micro SD card module.
M5Stack robot car which we can control with mpu6050 module through WiFi with NodeMCU
Visualizing MPU9250 3D orientation data on the web page hosted by ESP32. Using websockets and JSON to send orientation data.
Emergency services First On Scene Drone for collecting vital information prior to arrival of response team
Tiny Wireless IMUz (motion sensor)
Musical eggs that make visual art!
A pen fitted with IMU is trained to recognize handwritten numerals (0 to 9).
Motion capture made yours.
Use your smartphone as an IMU for your Raspberry Pi project!
A simple step-by-step guide for extracting and displaying IMU 3D rotation using Python. No Arduino or other MCU firmware programming needed!
Utilize a 6-axis IMU sensor SH200Q, to capture a magic wand motion.
A robot that standing with steel linear of motors.
We wanted to use The Tactigon ONE and T-Skin to move a Arduino One base robot arm and have it follow our movements. Rasberry is central unit
We used two Arduino base scales to control robot legs, two T-Skins to control arms, and a RPi. We made a special version of T-Skin:Fight!
This tutorial will cover the basics of getting MQTT client running on the RAK iTracker module to a MQTT broker via a IPv6 6LowPAN connection
Turn your Arduino into a data-taking monster using only a small magnetometer, a toy train, and a magnet (or two).
Connect The Tactigon Arduino board to a GROVE GPS breakout board and send position to an Android device for portable data logging
Convert Acceleration to Angle From Accelerometer and Gyroscope by using ESPcopter and Visuino
In this project, I will share some of the techniques used by my low-cost robot car projects.
This tutorial would take you through the steps required to build mbed firmware for the itracker sensor modules using Mbed online compiler.
A very simple game for the M5 ATOM. The unit must be tilted to the right or left depending if more red or more green pixels are displayed.
This series of articles explains how to use the Tactigon’s integrated sensors and communication interfaces to create a gesture controller.
Hold-the-drop project shows the robustness and reliability of the connection between modules of Hexabitz.